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Storm Advisory 11/19/18: NHL News, Rumors, Links and Daily Roundup

The Canes got two big points last night, Tripp Tracy does the Floss, and questioning Gary Bettman’s legacy following the concussion lawsuit.

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  • That also led to Tripp Tracy providing us with possibly the funniest and yet most disturbing moment on any Hurricanes broadcast ever:
  • Rod gave a longer than normal post-game speech:
  • The Canes also made some history last night:
  • More dad jokes, this time from Sebastian Aho and Teuvo Teravainen:
  • Here’s a good look at how PNC Arena pulled off a super fast changeover from the NC State game to the Hurricanes game on Saturday. [Bardown]
  • The ‘Rod Brind’Amour is officially an NHL head coach’ game. [The Athletic $]
  • We posted this in yesterday’s SA, but Gritty tossing a kid in the penalty box was too good not to post again. [NHL]
  • The NHL settled their concussion lawsuit, but Gary Bettman’s legacy remains unclear. [New York Times]
  • It seems clear who the real winner of that settlement is. [USA Today]
  • Growing up adopted fueled Curtis Joseph’s NHL career. [CBC]
  • Lockouts have almost become normal for the NHL, but they are trying to avoid another one. [New York Post]
  • Breaking down each first quarter NHL MVP’s for each team so far this season. No surprise who is representing the Canes here. [The Hockey News]